MP3 Omega Tribe - No End
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A highly volatile mix of Death Metal, 90’s Thrash and Southern groove.
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"No End" is the crowning achievement for Tennessee’s hardcore metal titans, Omega Tribe. Written shortly after the release of their last disc, "The Necromegacon", this record embodies the true nature of what this band is really all about. Mixing the power and ferocity of bands like Entombed and Testament with the groove of Corrosion of Conformity and Kilgore, this band defines old school heavy metal to the fullest. "No End" destroys all in it’s path, with devastating grooves, dark melodic passages, and an overall defiant attitude that has gotten Omega Tribe where they are today. Need a metal fix? Look no further than this.
Formed in the summer of 1999 by members of local favorites like Filo Beddo, The Forgotten, Act of Violence, and Punchin Judy, Omega Tribe quickly became one of the scene’s most talked about acts due to their insane live shows and the old-school attitude that always seemed to separate them from their peers. On New Year’s Eve of 2000, Omega Tribe released their self-titled debut. The album, while still a local classic, was hampered with less-than-perfect production, which failed to showcase the raw energy and heaviness behind the band. Soon after, the band released "Omega Tribe: Live" which was recorded at The Casbah in Johnson City, Tennessee, to hold fans over until the next release.
However, it seemed fate had other plans for Omega Tribe, as founding member and guitarist, Rick Morrell, decided to leave the band to spend more time with his family in mid 2002. Later, in 2002, Omega Tribe found a new guitarist in the form of Rick Centeno, but this collaboration was short-lived. For a brief period, the Tribe even ended the search for a second guitarist and opted to continue as a four-piece. But the Tribe soon began jamming with Gene Hughes, a longtime friend of the band and guitarist for fellow local favorites, One 30 Edge. Before long, Gene offered to fill in for the band as a second guitarist at live shows.
After quite a few successful live shows with the Tribe, Gene officially joined as the fifth member of the band. Focused and even more lethal than ever, the band continued to work on their long-awaited second release, titled "Necromegacon." "Necromegacon" was finally released in May of 2004. Even though the band were pleased with the outcome of the record, they set their sights on the future and their next recording, "No End". With this album, the band promised their best work to date...and Omega Tribe doesn’t break promises. "No End" is the definitive collection of this band and a testament to their unconditional love and conviction for true blue heavy metal. From the breakneck speed of "Callous" to the somber melodic passages of the album’s title track, Omega Tribe does not fail to deliver an album that will emerge as their finest offering and also, the most ambitious recording of their existence.